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JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #poland

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


JRI Poland #Poland JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #poland

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


Sweden Lund University launches 500 Survivors' Testimonies from Women #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

This week, Lund University in Sweden will launch a digital archive of
514 women and children survivor's testimonies who were interned in the
Ravensbruck Nazi concentration camp located in Northern Germany. There
are about 10,000 pages that have been digitized. Access to the archive
is free.
The archive includes interviews with the internees as well as documents
belonging to survivors and Nazi officials. The interviews were all
taken within 18 months of the camp's liberation and reveal details of
slave labor, medical experiments, torture, and killing. As some of the
internees were in other camps before Ravensbruck their testimonies
also include information on other camps. The archive also includes
survivors items brought with them such as diaries, letters and photographs.

To read the interviews go to:
http://www.ub.lu.se/en/voices-from-ravensbruck-3

Interviews are in Polish with English and Swedish translations available
on the website.

Ravensbruck interned 132,000 people of whom 92,000 died. After the
Russians liberated the camp in April 1945 the Swedish government
brought over 20,000 survivors >from that camp and others to both
Denmark and Sweden.

To read more about the digital archive go to:
http://tinyurl.com/ybw9btvk

Original url:

https://www.thelocal.se/20171018/swedish-university-lund-digital-archive-
of-testimonies-of-nazi-concentration-camp-survivors-voices-from-ravensbrck

A video of the survivors after the camps' liberation is available on the
link provided above. Narrative is in English.

There is another article about 1,000 Polish survivors of Nazi
concentration camps who ended up in the woods of Oreryd, Smaland County,
Sweden. The survivors were part of the Swedish Red Cross's "white
buses operation" -the largest rescue operation to take place within
Nazi Germany during World War II.

Of the 31,000 people liberated through this effort approximately 40
percent were Polish and one-third or more were Jewish. Forty-three
percent of the 10,000 survivors were Polish. The roughly 1,000 Jewish
and non-Jewish Poles who made their way to the Oreryd refugee camp
in 1945 were part of this group of survivors. The survivors were very
ill and broken and many did not survive long after their rescue and
are buried in cemeteries in Lund.

The experiences of the Polish refugees in Oreryd was not good due to
cultural differences, and the locals not comprehending what tortures the
refugees underwent while imprisoned. Jewish survivors, were often
confronted with anti-Semitism >from their non-Jewish countrymen
within the camp. To read more about Oreryd, see:
http://tinyurl.com/ya24vok4

Original url:
https://www.thelocal.se/20170704/history-dies-deep-in-the-woods-
the-forgotten-nazi-concentration-camp-survivors-in-the-forests-
of-smaland-sweden

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JRI Poland #Poland Sweden Lund University launches 500 Survivors' Testimonies from Women #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

This week, Lund University in Sweden will launch a digital archive of
514 women and children survivor's testimonies who were interned in the
Ravensbruck Nazi concentration camp located in Northern Germany. There
are about 10,000 pages that have been digitized. Access to the archive
is free.
The archive includes interviews with the internees as well as documents
belonging to survivors and Nazi officials. The interviews were all
taken within 18 months of the camp's liberation and reveal details of
slave labor, medical experiments, torture, and killing. As some of the
internees were in other camps before Ravensbruck their testimonies
also include information on other camps. The archive also includes
survivors items brought with them such as diaries, letters and photographs.

To read the interviews go to:
http://www.ub.lu.se/en/voices-from-ravensbruck-3

Interviews are in Polish with English and Swedish translations available
on the website.

Ravensbruck interned 132,000 people of whom 92,000 died. After the
Russians liberated the camp in April 1945 the Swedish government
brought over 20,000 survivors >from that camp and others to both
Denmark and Sweden.

To read more about the digital archive go to:
http://tinyurl.com/ybw9btvk

Original url:

https://www.thelocal.se/20171018/swedish-university-lund-digital-archive-
of-testimonies-of-nazi-concentration-camp-survivors-voices-from-ravensbrck

A video of the survivors after the camps' liberation is available on the
link provided above. Narrative is in English.

There is another article about 1,000 Polish survivors of Nazi
concentration camps who ended up in the woods of Oreryd, Smaland County,
Sweden. The survivors were part of the Swedish Red Cross's "white
buses operation" -the largest rescue operation to take place within
Nazi Germany during World War II.

Of the 31,000 people liberated through this effort approximately 40
percent were Polish and one-third or more were Jewish. Forty-three
percent of the 10,000 survivors were Polish. The roughly 1,000 Jewish
and non-Jewish Poles who made their way to the Oreryd refugee camp
in 1945 were part of this group of survivors. The survivors were very
ill and broken and many did not survive long after their rescue and
are buried in cemeteries in Lund.

The experiences of the Polish refugees in Oreryd was not good due to
cultural differences, and the locals not comprehending what tortures the
refugees underwent while imprisoned. Jewish survivors, were often
confronted with anti-Semitism >from their non-Jewish countrymen
within the camp. To read more about Oreryd, see:
http://tinyurl.com/ya24vok4

Original url:
https://www.thelocal.se/20170704/history-dies-deep-in-the-woods-
the-forgotten-nazi-concentration-camp-survivors-in-the-forests-
of-smaland-sweden

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Looking for family of Gido Barbasch #poland

Milton Koch
 

I am looking for relatives of Gido, who lived in Argentina. If family is
located, I wonder if they know whether towns in Galicia-Czernowitz and
Podvolchisk, are part of his family members.

Thank you.
Milton Koch
Bethesda, MD, USA
BARBASCH-PODVOLCHISK


JRI Poland #Poland Looking for family of Gido Barbasch #poland

Milton Koch
 

I am looking for relatives of Gido, who lived in Argentina. If family is
located, I wonder if they know whether towns in Galicia-Czernowitz and
Podvolchisk, are part of his family members.

Thank you.
Milton Koch
Bethesda, MD, USA
BARBASCH-PODVOLCHISK


Bridge To Poland Pre-IAJGS 2018 trip to Krakow, Lublin and Warsaw #poland

<leorat@alumni.duke.edu > <leorat@...>
 

Announcing the Bridge To Poland Pre-IAJGS 2018 trip to Krakow, Lublin
and Warsaw:

If you want to delve deep into Jewish history in Poland and be moved
by how that history is being remembered by non-Jews;

If you are interested in a broad and deep story of Jewish Poland, a
story that includes hope;

If you want to go beyond a typical Jewish Heritage Tour;

If you want to meet with the highest caliber guides, academics and
artists engaged in "memory work;"

Then join me, Leora Tec, July 28-August 4 for a Bridge To Poland small
group study tour to Krakow, (Chmielnik) Lublin and Warsaw

Visit Bridge To Poland's website or email me at: leora [at]
bridgetopoland [dot] com to find out more. Early bird offer expires in
December!

A Couple of Testimonials:

"Leora is amazing. Her level of organization and attention to detail
was SO impressive. She also clearly cared very much about the
experience that each one of us was having and that made a big
difference. Asking us all for input at various times was really
important and showed her strength as a leader. She is also very
sensitive, which to me was invaluable on this trip, given the
emotions I was having about my family and about being Jewish.

Meeting all the people that were memorializing Jewish life in Poland
was a superb experience. They were so warm and welcoming and my
impressions were really positive, after having heard not such great
things about Poles >from my mother. My opinion was really changed by
this trip."

Myra H., Boston, MA


I loved the sequencing of the visits, the way visits to sights that
can engender despair were alternated with visits to sites that can
engender hope and inspiration, including visits to many sites that
engender both types of feelings. Overall, this may be my favorite
aspect about Bridge to Poland - that it allows one to look history in
the face directly and to see and feel the horrors of history, and, at
the same time, to experience genuine reasons for joy and hope in the
past, present, and future of Jewish life in Poland. I loved the
intellectual content of the trip - I learned so much, in part because
our guides presented information in powerful ways that build knowledge
and understanding. I loved meeting with intellectual, community, and
religious leaders throughout the trip and hearing >from a variety of
perspectives about a broad range of topics. I loved the pacing and the
intimate feel of the trip, including the opportunity to meet
informally with many different Poles and to share and process our trip
experiences in our own small group in a relaxed and comfortable way. I
loved the variety of sites and experiences - every visit and
interaction was distinct and memorable. The trip included a wonderful
range of intellectually stimulating and emotionally impactful
experiences.


I grew intellectually, but I also grew spiritually, and in my power to
appreciate the power of the arts to convey truths that facts, however
overwhelming, sometimes fail to transmit.

Leora shows the perfect combination of gentle guidance and responsive
listening and leadership. Her planning of meetings, visits, and tours
was flawless, and she led the group with grace, wisdom, compassion,
kindness, and humor.

Priscilla C., Oakland, CA


Leora Tec
Founder & Director, Bridge To Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Bridge To Poland Pre-IAJGS 2018 trip to Krakow, Lublin and Warsaw #poland

<leorat@alumni.duke.edu > <leorat@...>
 

Announcing the Bridge To Poland Pre-IAJGS 2018 trip to Krakow, Lublin
and Warsaw:

If you want to delve deep into Jewish history in Poland and be moved
by how that history is being remembered by non-Jews;

If you are interested in a broad and deep story of Jewish Poland, a
story that includes hope;

If you want to go beyond a typical Jewish Heritage Tour;

If you want to meet with the highest caliber guides, academics and
artists engaged in "memory work;"

Then join me, Leora Tec, July 28-August 4 for a Bridge To Poland small
group study tour to Krakow, (Chmielnik) Lublin and Warsaw

Visit Bridge To Poland's website or email me at: leora [at]
bridgetopoland [dot] com to find out more. Early bird offer expires in
December!

A Couple of Testimonials:

"Leora is amazing. Her level of organization and attention to detail
was SO impressive. She also clearly cared very much about the
experience that each one of us was having and that made a big
difference. Asking us all for input at various times was really
important and showed her strength as a leader. She is also very
sensitive, which to me was invaluable on this trip, given the
emotions I was having about my family and about being Jewish.

Meeting all the people that were memorializing Jewish life in Poland
was a superb experience. They were so warm and welcoming and my
impressions were really positive, after having heard not such great
things about Poles >from my mother. My opinion was really changed by
this trip."

Myra H., Boston, MA


I loved the sequencing of the visits, the way visits to sights that
can engender despair were alternated with visits to sites that can
engender hope and inspiration, including visits to many sites that
engender both types of feelings. Overall, this may be my favorite
aspect about Bridge to Poland - that it allows one to look history in
the face directly and to see and feel the horrors of history, and, at
the same time, to experience genuine reasons for joy and hope in the
past, present, and future of Jewish life in Poland. I loved the
intellectual content of the trip - I learned so much, in part because
our guides presented information in powerful ways that build knowledge
and understanding. I loved meeting with intellectual, community, and
religious leaders throughout the trip and hearing >from a variety of
perspectives about a broad range of topics. I loved the pacing and the
intimate feel of the trip, including the opportunity to meet
informally with many different Poles and to share and process our trip
experiences in our own small group in a relaxed and comfortable way. I
loved the variety of sites and experiences - every visit and
interaction was distinct and memorable. The trip included a wonderful
range of intellectually stimulating and emotionally impactful
experiences.


I grew intellectually, but I also grew spiritually, and in my power to
appreciate the power of the arts to convey truths that facts, however
overwhelming, sometimes fail to transmit.

Leora shows the perfect combination of gentle guidance and responsive
listening and leadership. Her planning of meetings, visits, and tours
was flawless, and she led the group with grace, wisdom, compassion,
kindness, and humor.

Priscilla C., Oakland, CA


Leora Tec
Founder & Director, Bridge To Poland


JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #bessarabia

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #bessarabia

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


Seeking information about Jews Serving in the KK Landsturm #galicia

Deborah Dworski
 

I obtained a marriage record which noted the groom's assignment to the
KK Landsturm District Command No. 36 in Kolomea on January 1, 1902.
I'd be grateful for any information about this military unit and its
function. Was it common for Jews to serve in this capacity? Might this
snippet of information lead to any records pertaining to the individual or
the unit itself?

According to family lore, the groom died 10-15 years after marrying
when he was grazed by a Russian bullet and subsequently developed
blood poisoning. I don't know exactly when he died, but it was likely
during WWI. With this unexpected news of military service, I'm now
wondering if he might have been wounded during combat. I'd appreciate
any thoughts about this possibility.

Please respond privately.

Sincerely,
Deborah Dworski
U.S.A.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Seeking information about Jews Serving in the KK Landsturm #galicia

Deborah Dworski
 

I obtained a marriage record which noted the groom's assignment to the
KK Landsturm District Command No. 36 in Kolomea on January 1, 1902.
I'd be grateful for any information about this military unit and its
function. Was it common for Jews to serve in this capacity? Might this
snippet of information lead to any records pertaining to the individual or
the unit itself?

According to family lore, the groom died 10-15 years after marrying
when he was grazed by a Russian bullet and subsequently developed
blood poisoning. I don't know exactly when he died, but it was likely
during WWI. With this unexpected news of military service, I'm now
wondering if he might have been wounded during combat. I'd appreciate
any thoughts about this possibility.

Please respond privately.

Sincerely,
Deborah Dworski
U.S.A.


HELFMANN, Marijampole #general

omarhelfmann@...
 

My name is Omar Helfmann >from Chile. My great-great grandfather was
Wilhelm Helfmann, born in Marjampole, Lithuania ca. 1833. I have plenty
of information regarding Wilhelm's legacy and descendants in Chile if
anyone wants to get in touch.
All the best,
Omar Helfmann


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen HELFMANN, Marijampole #general

omarhelfmann@...
 

My name is Omar Helfmann >from Chile. My great-great grandfather was
Wilhelm Helfmann, born in Marjampole, Lithuania ca. 1833. I have plenty
of information regarding Wilhelm's legacy and descendants in Chile if
anyone wants to get in touch.
All the best,
Omar Helfmann


JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #general

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #general

Nancy Holden
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #ukraine

bounce-3405908-772980@...
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JewishGen Education Offers "Writing Short Reports" November 3-27 #ukraine

bounce-3405908-772980@...
 

New Class >from JewishGen Education

JewishGen once again offers its popular publishing class November
3 - 27. This personal mentoring class will focus on writing short
reports.

There comes a time when you want to write up your research. After you
have worked hard to collect your family data why let it sit in a drawer?

Publishing a book requires an attention to detail, editing, footnotes,
bibliography which often discourages us >from publishing at all.
Sometimes we just want to write it out and share it in a short summary.

Want to share with a relative; or compare with another researcher you
find on JGFF or Ancestry or Geni or Facebook? Need to gather and
organize your data to hire a researcher? Want to self-publish a small
coffee table scrapbook or photobook just for fun?

In this class we will help you organize your data, notes and media
files to create 3 short-standardized reports.

This structured class uses a series of lessons and a forum setting
where you will post your work and interact with the instructor who
will make suggestions as you write your rough draft, edit and finalize
each report.

Requirements: You should have enough data collected or knowledge of
your chosen surname to be able to write their family history. You will
choose one family to work on as you build a template that you can use
for other families and persons of interest.

JewishGen classes are taught in a private forum setting that is
password protected. It is open 24/7. The 3 week class starts November
3 – 27. Tuition is $150.

Details on the Education Page: check Requirements & Course Details
www.JewishGen.org/education

If you have further questions, please email
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org


Grigoriopol KehilaLinks website #bessarabia

Inna Vayner <innanes@...>
 

Hello Bessarabers,

I am starting to work on Grigoriopol KehilaLinks website. I am looking
for material that I can use to publish on the website. If you have any
family stories, photos, maps, etc that you can share, it'll be greatly
appreciated! Thank you.

Inna Vayner,
Bessarabia SIG coordinator
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VAYNER/VAINER/WEINER/WAINER Tiraspol, Odessa
DEKHTYAR/DEGTIAR/DEKTAR Tiraspol, Odessa
MAYZLER/MAIZLER Nezavertailovka, Tiraspol
SOBOL/SOBEL Nezavertailvoka, Tiraspol, Benderi
SHEINFELD/SHEYNFELD Kishinev, Tiraspol, Odessa
STUDIVNOVSKY Tiraspol, Grigoriopol, Odessa, Dubossary
GRANOVSKY/GRANOWSKIY Petroverovka/Zhovten, Odessa, Tiraspol


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Grigoriopol KehilaLinks website #bessarabia

Inna Vayner <innanes@...>
 

Hello Bessarabers,

I am starting to work on Grigoriopol KehilaLinks website. I am looking
for material that I can use to publish on the website. If you have any
family stories, photos, maps, etc that you can share, it'll be greatly
appreciated! Thank you.

Inna Vayner,
Bessarabia SIG coordinator
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VAYNER/VAINER/WEINER/WAINER Tiraspol, Odessa
DEKHTYAR/DEGTIAR/DEKTAR Tiraspol, Odessa
MAYZLER/MAIZLER Nezavertailovka, Tiraspol
SOBOL/SOBEL Nezavertailvoka, Tiraspol, Benderi
SHEINFELD/SHEYNFELD Kishinev, Tiraspol, Odessa
STUDIVNOVSKY Tiraspol, Grigoriopol, Odessa, Dubossary
GRANOVSKY/GRANOWSKIY Petroverovka/Zhovten, Odessa, Tiraspol

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